ROYAL WIMBLEDON GOLF CLUB has upgraded its Pegasus-supplied accountancy software from Opera II to Opera 3.
The south-west London-based golf club is said to have improved efficiency through the upgraded system.
Nick Nolan, finance manager at Royal Wimbledon Golf Club, said: “The sales ledger in particular has simplified record keeping, making it easier to integrate membership and subscription records for reporting purposes. Reports are quicker to run as there’s no data entry required and they can be easily tailored to provide better visibility into how the club is performing.”
Pegasus has been used by the golf club for many years.
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